Exploding Myths About 1971 – Part 2: Surrender of 93,000 Pakistani Soldiers Never Happened

by Dr. Junaid Ahmad The book Creation of Bangladesh: Myths Exploded busts most of the myths revolving arround the episode of 1971 insurgency in East Pakistan proving the falsehood of the number of Pakistani Soldiers who surrendered on Dec 16, 1971. Since the above mentioned fateful day, it has been widely believed, published and propagated that 93,000 Pakistani army personnel surrendered and were later take ...

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Exploding  Myths about 1971 – Part 1: The 3 Million Massacred Delusion

by Dr. Junaid Ahmad Let us think for a few moments about the implications of believing in a massacre of 3 million Bengali Muslims at the hands of the Pakistani armed forces in 1971. Is such a massacre even possible, or conscionable – to believe that the Pakistan armed forces were capable of perpetrating, on their own country folk, a genocide so heinous that it would put Leopold II at shame and draw cheers f ...

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Pakistan Day Demands National Unity

By Sajjad Shaukat Although the Pakistan day is being celebrated every year on March 23, yet this time, this very day has come at a time when Pakistan stands at the crossroads of its destiny, facing internal and external challenges and threats to the national security of the country, which demands selfless national unity among all the segments of society. The 23rd of March 1940 was a watershed in the history ...

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The Muslims’ Downfall: A Review (Part-5)

By Dr. Firoz Mahboob Kamal The non-existent ummah! The Muslims as an ummah is now non-existent. They exist only as some national, racial or linguistic identities, not as ummah. A human body can’t survive with its truncated skeleton. Likewise, the body of the ummah can’t survive with divisive maps, flags, walls and borders. This is why, causing division among Muslims is haram (forbidden) in Islam; it is the ...

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Refocus on India’s Water Terrorism on the Water Day

By Sajjad Shaukat Every year, World Water Day is celebrated on March 22 on global level, focusing attention on the water crisis as well as the solutions to address it. An international day to celebrate freshwater was recommended at the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development. The United Nations General Assembly responded by designating March 22, 1993 as the first World Water Day. Each ...

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Kashmir: Distress of the Amritsar Treaty

By Sajjad Shaukat The very distress of the people of Jammu and Kashmir started on March 16, 1846 when the Treaty of Amritsar was signed. Under the Treaty, British colonialists sold Kashmir along with its people e to a Dogra Hindu, Gulab Singh for 7.5 million rupees. The Treaty of Amritsar which was signed by Gulab Singh, Hardinge, Currie and Lawrence had common cause among the parties with the aim to end th ...

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Rejoinder to Dr. Subhash Kapila

By Asif Haroon Raja Dr. Subhash Kapila has written an article in Eurasia Review the theme of which is, “Afghanistan cannot be abandoned to China-Pakistan-Russia Troika”. A highly melancholic and distressful picture has been painted by the writer in a bid to remind Donald Trump Administration that Afghanistan is slipping out of the hands of the US and unless urgent and immediate measures are taken to foresta ...

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Water: India Victimizes Pakistan

By Sajjad Shaukat Pakistan is facing acute shortage of water, as being on lower riparian in connection with the rivers emanating from the Indian-Occupied Kashmir. Since its inception, India has never missed an opportunity to victimize Pakistan by creating deliberate water scarcity with the aim to damage the latter agriculturally. Historically, India has been trying to establish her hegemony in the region by ...

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